On October 1, 2013, the Tobacco Barn Project entered a new phase with the announcement of a joint partnership between Preservation Virginia and JTI (Japan Tobacco International). Details on informational workshops for how to apply to the program will be coming soon. Click here to see a summary of the tobacco barn-related work completed thus far, and the general scope of the mini-grant program.
For more information, please see the event page here.
Virginia's Most Endangered Historic Sites Program recognizes the Commonwealth's irreplaceable, architectural, natural, and archaeological sites that face imminent threat by demolition, alteration, inappropriate development, insufficient funding, or neglect.
Deadline for 2014 submission is March 1st.
Check out our updated Preservation Issues Page for ways you can help us make a difference on the state and federal level!
We are a private non-profit organization and statewide historic preservation leader founded in 1889 dedicated to perpetuating and revitalizing Virginia's cultural, architectural and historic heritage thereby ensuring that historic places are integral parts of the lives of present and future generations.
We have 22 Historic Properties that are open to the public and 8 that are accessible by appointment.See Properties »